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Specially if the circumstances involve someone traveling from one country to another.
Every Slovenian guy I know has this really intense hobby.
But once in a while you love to treat ourselves with some kind of street food style dinner. Their version of light is half a baguette or loaf of bread with dozens slices of cheeses and hams (oh, and beer! I laughed so much when a friend told me that her Slovenian boyfriend refuses to have potatoes, and chicken for dinner.
But it’s totally okay with having half a kilo worth of sandwiches for himself.
Which include sport shorts, and one of those random free T-shirt they give you.
This has its benefits because they do take care of their formal wear.
Anyway, I’m giving you the heads up for when you encounter this inevitable cultural clash.
In Slovenia, dinner is usually between 5-6, because lunch is usually between 11-12. I still haven’t get used to this, and I don’t know when I will.